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Friday, 30 June 2017

This is the prototype of iPhone 8 that Apple has discarded

We've spent a lot of time talking about leaks related to the design of the iPhone 8, iPhone X, iPhone Edition or Apple iPhone Anniversary . We know that the R & D engineers at the Cupertino firm have been working on different prototypes , and rumors indicate that this would be one of the designs discarded .

Benjamin Geskin, one of the most leaked users, has re-posted on Twitter some photos of a supposed prototype iPhone 8 , clearly stating that it was a "prototype."

Curiously, the images filtered by Benjamin Geskin show us an iPhone 8 inside a box with a strange sticker that acts as protector. The funny thing is that the protector has the design of a normal iPhone , with the design of the iPhone 6 or iPhone 7.

However, when removing the protector we see a prototype of the iPhone 8 with an amazing design with white frames around the OLED screen . The prototype does not have a physical home button, but it does have a rather pronounced lower bezel, slightly wider than the side bezels.

The design of this possible prototype of iPhone 8 is completely different to the design of many other leaks , which usually show us a smartphone with much smaller side bezels. The pity is that in the filtered photos we have not been able to take a look at the back of the terminal, we may see it soon.

It is noteworthy to mention, as we indicated at the beginning of this article, that Apple has been working and testing many different prototypes of the 10th anniversary iPhone. Including one with the fingerprint sensor on the back. Therefore, it is quite normal for us to see other prototypes that have nothing to do with the final design of the device that will present the apple company bite in September (probably) this year 2017.

What do you think about this filtration? Do you think this is a prototype discarded or will be the final design of the iPhone 8?

Source | Cult of Mac

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